As we've reported, next month's Spirit of Aviation Aircraft Auction will boast a Fairchild F-24 and a Waco YKS-6 from the 1930s, with somewhat differing price tags.
The star of the show, however, is more likely to be a King Air 90 Twin Beachcraft built in 1976.
Both engines on the classic aircraft are fitted with 460 SMOH Propellers, and the plane underwent a complete panel refurbishment, concluding December 2007.
As part of the owner's loving restoration, the Beechcraft also had a new interior as of November of 2007. The Desert Tan leather seats carry six, with a refreshment centre at the back.
The outside is also looking good with fresh Matterhorn White paint with black and red accents as of December 2008 and new tyres from a few months later.
In total, it is a craft that an aviation collector will fall in love with immediately, and it carries a starting price of $290,000 in the auction which takes place on July 31 in Wisconsin.
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